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This front matter section of the book Homo animal nobilissimum: Konturen des spezifisch Menschlichen in der naturphilosophischen Aristoteleskommentierung des dreizehnten Jahrhunderts contains the Table of Contents, Foreword, and Passage. This monograph deals with the philosophical approach of thirteenth-century masters to concrete, practical manifestations of 'quantum ad naturalia' in human lives in their commentaries on Aristotle's works on natural philosophy, both his genuine works and those then considered genuine. The book analyses the intellectual environment with adult environmental condition and the outgoing special pulses from human. It also analyses the approach structure of natural philosophical referral with the specific human and underlying argument structure. The book also presents the testimony of the master on the specificity of the human species, their uniqueness, unity and closeness. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Aristotle's works; human lives; natural philosophy; philosophical approach structure



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